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Old 13th June 2011, 11:07 AM   #721
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Exclamation DDNF I/V module progress report

All parts on the DDNF I/V module are assembled.

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Also the Salas Shunt regs for the +/- 19V and +15V bias voltage line are ready.

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The DDNF PSU module will arrive tomorrow, so testing could start this week.



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Exclamation DDNF I/V module progress report

Also the PSU module is now assembled.

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The testing begins tomorrow.


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Old 17th June 2011, 05:40 PM   #723
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Exclamation DDNF I/V module progress report

I have uploaded an overview of the complete DDNF I/V output stage in my blog.

Start of delivery will be delayed, because i have a strong voltage drop on the -19V line after connecting this line to the Shunt module.

When ive fixed this problem i report back.


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When ive fixed this problem i report back.

Ive found the problem!!!

In my PCB designing SW the Emitter & Collector of the BC557C are in the wrong direction.



So they must soldered in the opposite direction.

I will try to solder a new pcb today because thats faster as desolder all parts from the 1st pcb.

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Exclamation DDNF I/V Stage Module running

I have soldered a new pcb with the BC557C in the opposite direction.

Its running perfect!




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Old 19th June 2011, 07:54 PM   #727
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Congrats!

How does it sound? Or is it too early?
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Congrats!

How does it sound? Or is it too early?
Its to early, yes. I let it burn in for the next 40 hrs. before i try a serious listening session.
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How does it sound? Or is it too early?
Very very good question :-)
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Old 23rd June 2011, 09:24 AM   #730
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Nice PCB's,
If i understand it : we get a total of 8-9 shunts. Isn't it posible to reconsider
the shunt's this way : 1 shunt pcb with +19/-19/+15 (15v in the open space in the middle) May be the new psu pcb can feed the DAC also?
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